It’s April, which mean’s it’s officially Agent Month here at Acting Resource Guru! Pilot Season is winding down, agents and managers are starting to take meetings and it’s time for you to get to work!

Today’s #GuruTip is about a… pretty scary topic. What should you do and when is it time to “move on” from your agent? Or even more clearly – how do you fire your agent?

This one’s tough because we worked so hard to get a meeting, to get signed, to keep that relationship and… it can feel like we’re throwing it away. Even so, moving on from your agent is sometimes an important step in your career.

Today I explain some situations when you should consider firing your rep, and how to do it respectfully so you don’t burn any bridges. Watch it all below!

Is it time for you to FIRE your agent? Learn the correct time to move on from your rep and how to do it without burning any bridges with these tips from @ActResourceGuru #Ajarae! #ActorsLife #TalentAgent #ShareClick to Tweet This Episode of #GuruTips!

I hope these tips help you! To grab your copy of the Agent Action Guide: How to Meet, Sign and Love Your Agent… No Matter What Your Resume Looks Like (including the full explanation on how to understand and revise your contract) click here!

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xo,

Ajarae Coleman | Workshop Guru

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Ajarae is an actress and entrepreneur living in Los Angeles. She founded Workshop Guru in 2012, which expanded into Acting Resource Guru in 2017, to help actors save time and money on classes and workshops, and give them a powerful voice by publishing anonymous actor reviews of acting schools, casting directors, talent agencies and management companies. You can see Ajarae on shows like ABC’s SCANDAL, REVENGE, PRIVATE PRACTICE, and THE CATCH, CBS’s THE McCARTHYS, 2 BROKE GIRLS, and NCIS: NEW ORLEANS, NBC’s DAYS OF OUR LIVES, TNT’s PERCEPTION, I'M SORRY on TruTV, and more. She raised over $17,000 and co-created an action comedy television show called SMACK Unit, currently has national commercials running, and has cultivated rewarding relationships with her agents and manager.

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